Would you eat three kilos of tomatoes a day if it reduced your risk of heart attack?
Maybe not. But a new pill has concentrated the goodness of that much tomato, with the view it could help prevent heart attacks and stroke. Lycopene, a chemical found in the skin of tomatoes, is the key to its effectiveness. Like the sound of this? While you wait for it to hit the shelves, your best bet is to eat lots of tomatoes as well as apricots, papaya, guava, watermelon and pink grapefruit, which all contain heart-healthy lycopene.